Join our “Class of 2016” campaign to help young people launch their careers

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13 May 2016

Damar200Students will soon be emerging from schools and colleges across the country, excited and hopeful for the future. But a significant number will not be returning to the classroom, tempted instead by the independence that comes with a job with training. And that’s where we can help!

We’ve helped thousands of people into work, many of whom now hold senior positions in their organisations and are now pledging to help this year’s school and college leavers take the apprenticeship route to career success.

Calling all current students

If you’re leaving school or college this year and would like to be part of our “Class of 2016”, get in touch. A job with training, qualifications and no student debt might be right for you.

Calling all employers

If you’re a growing business looking to recruit and retain ambitious young people then join our “Class of 2016” campaign. Damar apprenticeships combine training and qualifications with a job within a wide range of industry sectors including Law, Accountancy and Business Administration.

We work across the North-West within a range of industry sectors and nationally with the legal and justice sectors.

Here’s what a couple of our current employers have to say about working with us:

“Damar supported us throughout the recruitment process, directing us to which apprenticeship would suit our needs best. Our apprentices are well supported throughout their training. As assessments and work plans are online, I have easy access to all activities and ensure that they are meeting their targets”

Kay Ellermeyer, business manager at Alvanley Family Practice

“Here at Stuarts Property Services, our apprentices have had such a positive impact on our property letting and management business, so it is without doubt that we will follow the same route and use Damar to employ an apprentice again.

“We felt they really listened to what we required at the initial stage therefore filtered the applications very carefully to give us an excellent calibre of apprentices to choose from!”

Amanda Adams, office manager and accounts at Stuarts Property Services

How does it work?

Firstly, we’ll have a quick chat with you over the phone and then pop into your office to discuss your needs. Then, we’ll market your vacancy, introduce suitable candidates and deliver a tailored apprenticeship programme designed to ensure that your apprentice is as successful as possible in their new role.

How to get in touch

For more information, contact our Business Development Manager, Rachel Daley on 0161 480 8171 or email Parents are always welcome to call in for a chat.

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